|Case Size||31 mm|
|Case Material||Gold Plated|
|Strap Material||Two Tone|
|Precious Stone||On Dial|
|Water Resistance (Meters)||50|
|Glass Material||Sapphire Crystal|
|Warranty Period||2 years|
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In 1917, three brothers from the small Swiss town of Lengnau, collaborated to set up a clockwork factory to produce watch-movements. As technology advanced rapidly, the brothers Fritz, Ernst and Werner Schlup began to envisage a different future for themselves. In 1957 therefore, the clockwork factory turned out its first range of watches under the name Rado. Having turned into watch-makers, the company rechristened itself to Rado Uhren A.G. In 1968, Rado became part of the ASUAG Group, which in turn became a unit of the SMH Group a few years later. Since 1998, this group has been known as the Swatch Group.
The firm faith in the invincibility of technology has been Rado’s cornerstone. Experimenting with different materials therefore, Rado introduced to the watch industry the use of hardmetal, lanthanum, sapphire crystal and ceramics. In 1962, they launched the world’s first range of scratch proof watches, the Rado DiaStar. In 2004, the V10K was launched. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, this is the hardest watch on earth.
A piece from the Hyperchrome collection for women, this elegantly crafted watch model R32976712, is a symbol of opulence. A black circular dial, beset with 12 diamonds as hour-markers, goes well with the two tones bracelet. Gold-plated watch hands contrast against the pearly black dial. Scratch-proof sapphire crystal enhances visibility and keeps the watch new.
The stainless steel bracelet with rose-gold ceramic links accounts for a stylish guise.
A date-aperture is seen at the 3 o’ clock position. Powered by a battery and utilising a Swiss made quartz technology, the watch mechanism keeps you updated on the time and date effectively. A water-resistance up to 50 metres adds to the durability of the timepiece.
In 1917, in Switzerland, three brothers—Fritz, Ernst and Werner Schlup—opened a clockwork factory called Schlup & Co. From its humble beginnings, it is this same company that we today known as Rado. In 1957, exactly 40 years since its inception, the company changed its name to Rado Uhren AG and presented its first watch collection.
The monobloc case of the ceramic watches in this new Rado family represents a breakthrough in technology as well as a step forward in design. Lightweight, extremely comfortable and eye-catching, the Rado HyperChrome is the ultimate every day all occasion timepiece.
Key milestones in Rado’s impressive history so far include the world’s first scratch resistant watch, pioneering high-tech ceramic in watchmaking, the monobloc injected ceramic case and the introduction of touch technology in a ceramic watch. The brand was also the first to use plasma high-tech ceramic in the world.
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